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300 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854

Warehouse Space for Lease at $14.00/RSF NNN in Impeccably Maintained Flex Building in South Norwalk

300 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT

Warehouse Space for Lease in Impeccably Maintained Flex Building in South Norwalk. Industrial warehouse spaces sized, 5,250 RSF and 4,000 RSF. Shared loading dock with leveler accessible by any size tractor trailer. Ground level industrial/warehouse space features 15' clear span construction, level concrete flooring in excellent condition, wet sprinkler system, and full HVAC. Tenant amenities include abundant parking, two sets of men's/women's restrooms on main warehouse level, and access to waterfront picnic area.

Building tenants include promotional media, FinTech, travel, healthcare, and digital marketing companies. Building neighbors include the Sono Ice House.

Five minutes to Rowayton and Sono restaurants. Located in a Industrial 1 (I1) Zone bordering Rowayton, the property is 1.3 miles to the South Norwalk Metro-North Train Station, 4.4 miles from 95, Exit 14, and at a Norwalk Transit bus stop.

The Site
Total Space Available: 9,250 RSF
Space 1: 5,250 RSF
Space 2: 4,000 RSF
Building Type: Industrial/Flex
Total Building Size: 105,990 RSF
Land: 14.31 acres
Zoning: Industrial 1 (I1)
Year Built: 1980
Construction: Prefinished Metal
Tenancy: Multiple
Stories: Two
Parking: Abundant Parking
Ceiling Height: 15’+ Clear Span Construction
Loading: One Shared Loading Dock with Leveler
Amenities: On-Site Property Management, Elevator,
Two Sets of Men's and Women's
Common Restrooms, Access to
Waterfront Picnic Area, Wet Sprinkler
Water/Sewer: City/City
A/C: Central Air­-Conditioning
Heating: Gas
Updated: 18th April 2021
Eva Kornreich, Vice President
203.335.6600, Ext. 23
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